5 Little Reasons You Didn’t Get the Interview

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Tumbling blocks are mandatory in LIFE that keeps one away from acquiring an interview that’s beyond control: your past experience in comparison of other candidates, your salary experiments and among others.

However, it’s not in anyone’s hands to have control over the job search process, there might be certain aspects that can be controlled- bugs that are easy to fix you’ll really feel relaxed at how small span it’ll consume.

So if you’re struggling to survive the next round, here are five modifications you can make that won’t need an entire job search makeover.

 

  1. Your Application’s too long

Here’s a tiny hint: Each and every sentence in your cover letter should have an impact. Lacking fluff, buzzwords, no beating around the bush. If you abide by this rule, your cover letter will be the perfect length (at most, one page)—and the hiring manager would go-through the whole thing.

And when resume is taken into consideration, avoid making an attempt to cross that one-page mark there either. While you may be very proficient, it’s doubtful that the person reading it will ever get to the next page. And instead of focusing on your accomplishments, he or she will probably get beleaguered by the absolute amount of information accessible there and not be able to focus in on why you’re the right candidate.

 

  1. You Make Careless Errors

There’s possibility you might have missed a word on your resume, you’d have spelled the hiring manager’s name wrong, or you forgot to attach your cover letter. It’s OK, but avoid repeating let it again. Use spell-check, have a friend to crosscheck, and double check the requirements prior hitting that submit button. And, if you still happen to press “send” before fixing your error, recognizing the error could be a great way to redress yourself.

 

  1. Your Materials Don’t Open

It would be very upsetting to realize that you missed an interview since the recruiter couldn’t open your file, or opened it to an entirely weird layout, and just gave up?

So, perform your attentiveness to ensure it appears good no matter what by testing it on numerous browsers and smartphones to witness if anything gets cut off or reformatted. It’s a ridiculous, but very mandatory step in the process.

 

  1. You Miss Deadlines

Certain jobs bear particular deadlines—February 11 at midnight—while others are rolling. Even if it appears like the opening is live, it’s probable they’re not looking at new applicants at the instance.

Numerous processes may be a crapshoot, which is why it’s important to scrutinize postings constantly. And if one hits your interest, best recommendation is to apply right away—the more you setback, the more possibly it is that when your application finally makes it in, the company has already started taking into other candidates.

And if it’s for a short span, it never harms to ping the hiring manager or HR department on LinkedIn to ask if they’re still looking. Specifically if they are, that gives you an edge.

 

  1. You Are Clearly Mass Emailing

Last but not least, your cover letter and emails might seem fine, but if you deal with them “To the Hiring Manager” or copy and pasted your content word for word without even considering the name of the company you’re talking to, you’re not doing any wonders for yourself.

 

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